I've been playing in my sewing room for the past couple of days. So much of what I make is either commissioned or gifts for someone. This is a gift so I can only give you a peak. There's always a quilting or knitting project going on here even though it doesn't appear that way.
employer someone (tee hee) has a birthday coming up and shared with me their love of paper dolls. I was able to still find some of this Aunt Lindy fabric that I have seen in the past. I'll share the rest when it's done.
My darling daughter left me this message on my cutting table. Now I have to use a different pincushion since I won't be altering this one. The sweet pincushion was made by my sweet friend, Trish.
I can't wait to see what you're doing. You should check out what I've done with the paper doll fabric.ReplyDelete
I love those paperdolls. My granddaughter has one and another young girl of a good friend has the other.
I love when our kids leave unexpected little messages showing their love! You may never want to use that again. :)ReplyDelete
Every time I click on your blog, i feel happy when I see it. I just love your colors.ReplyDelete
well, those look like some of the fat quarters I saw at Joann's the other day when they were having their sale. It was so hard for me not to panic over which ones to get! :)
Sweet love note. ♥
That is so sweet. I would never ever take one single pin out of that pincushion. My kids are from age 30 to 21 and I still have every single thing they made me, and now I have a collection started from grandchildren. I am such a sentimental old thing . . . I promise when she is 30 you will still love that as much as you do now!!!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see what you do with that fun paperdoll fabric! DO they even make paperdolls anymore? I remember finding an Anne of Green Gables book of paperdolls about 10 years ago for my daughter. It was so lovely. And yes, you may never touch one pin on that pincushion! That is the dearest thing ever!ReplyDelete
Such cute fabrics Renee! I have never seen the paper doll print, what a cute gift it will make. Trish is the dearest isn't she? I don't know if I would ever be able to use those pins and mess up that precious message! It must have made you smile like crazy:>)ReplyDelete
What a special little love note. I would never remove a single pin. :0)ReplyDelete
I can hardly wait to see what you are up to. It is so much fun gifting someone with something dear to their heart. :0)
I am having a little give a way. :0) Would you like to drop by?
Much love. Trish
Oh Renee my Claire leaves me messages all the time. She loves to play in my pins. I can't wait to see what you are stitching...Smiles...ReneeReplyDelete
Fun creation and an ahhh moment from your daughter:)ReplyDelete
What a sweet little message. :) I too have seen that fabric and LOVE it. I can't wait to see what you make!ReplyDelete
I don't blame you... it's little things like the pin cushion that can say so much :) Happy crafting, JennyReplyDelete
I just love finding new blogs that inspire me...found yours today! Love the paper doll fabric and anxious to see what you are making. I also love Jesus, love to sew, knit, crochet and write a blog. Come visit me sometime. :-)ReplyDelete
Your blog is so pretty. I'll be back.ReplyDelete
Hi Renee!You have such a lovely blog here.Im loving the paper doll fabric so cute...cant wait to see what you come up with.Im going to follow your blog,for sure I think I will learn some things here.ReplyDelete
Have a lovely weekend!
Your blog is totaly gorgeous i love all the designs,its so colourful i love it all xxxReplyDelete
No, I wouldn't change the pin cushion either!ReplyDelete